Viridian TacLoc ECR Autolock Holster Right Hand Glock 17/22 and 19/23 with Viridian X5L Laser Kydex Black

Product #: 629056 Viridian #: 950-0015 UPC #: 804879287933
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This TacLoc Holster from Viridian Green Lasers is designated for the following Glock handgun models: 17/22/19/23. It features an auto-locking retention mechanism that must be manually operated by the wearer's index/shooting finger. The Viridian TacLoc Laser Ready Holster is a high quality kydex holster which includes a belt loop so the operator can position the holster and weapon on their body as appropriate. This model is designed to accommodate any one of the following Glock handguns equipped with a Viridian X5L laser/flashlight combination unit attached: 17/22/19/23. A high end firearm depends on a high end holster to ensure maximum performance and smooth draw in any situation.

Technical Information
  • Right or Left Handed Holster: Right
  • Material: Kydex
  • Color: Black
  • Finish: Matte
  • Firearm Retention: Fingertip release, Auto-lock
  • Belt Fit: 1-3/4"
  • Muzzle Open or Closed: Open
  • Firearm Fit: Glock 17/22/19/23

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